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TheElectronicGeek1

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About TheElectronicGeek1

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday May 3

Contact Methods

  • Battle.net
    OMG1tz4l3x
  • Discord
    Skyline#0820
  • Origin
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  • Steam
    OMGItzAlex2_0
  • Twitter
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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Commiefornia
  • Interests
    Cars, computers, electronics.
  • Biography
    Professional Idiot
  • Occupation
    Staying at home playing racing games and blowing up my house.

System

  • CPU
    4690k @4.4GHz
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z97 PC Mate
  • RAM
    4x4GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3
  • GPU
    Nvidia Geforce GTX 750 ti
  • Case
    NZXT h440 black/blue
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 evo 128GB, 1TB Seagate Barracuda
  • PSU
    Antec earthwatts 650w 80+ bronze
  • Display(s)
    Dell S2240M 1080p, Asus VX24ah 1440p
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-u12s
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 Cherry MX Blue
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Proteus Core
  • Sound
    Logitech G933
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

Recent Profile Visitors

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  1. TheElectronicGeek1

    I need help with Nintendo DS game repair

    If you have the right equipment for sautering surface mount components which I'm guessing you don't, and that's assuming it didn't rip anything off the board and only the sauter broke. I can't find a datasheet for that component but it's probably a memory controller or something like that.
  2. TheElectronicGeek1

    Computer takes 15 seconds to get out of sleep

    I had a similar issue and sort of still do now. I have a 750 ti and the driver crashes, and the screen stays black for around 10 seconds whenever i go into sleep and wake up again and if i put it in sleep right after and wake it up it sometimes works.
  3. TheElectronicGeek1

    Upgrading Router

    It probably doesn't need a firmware update because they don't update that often. I have DSL as well and just use the router/modem that came with our house and service provider AT&T, and have another router connected to that which everyone connects to wirelessly because the crappy motorola router that at&t gave us craps out every few hours with all our devices on it. You also gotta watch out when looking for a router with DSL support and make sure it works with your provider. The ac1600 is probably fine for you. It doesn't really matter which one you get if it has the features you want and supports your provider.
  4. TheElectronicGeek1

    Question?

    Ok so you can just shrink the partition with files on it and let the other OS make the partitions like i mentioned earlier.
  5. TheElectronicGeek1

    Question?

    Yes you just need to shrink the partition that has your files on it. Unless the drive is almost full or isn't very big. You usually need 15 or more GB for windows and maybe 10 for Linux, depending on your distro.
  6. TheElectronicGeek1

    need help moving windows

    Yeah it likes to be dumb. I was trying to move windows 10 from one of my ssd's to another and it wouldn't work with cloning by a partition manager because there was some data on my D drive or maybe my F drive too that was confused because i was moving SSDs. thankfully both SSDs were samsung and i could use the samsung cloning software which fixed it.
  7. TheElectronicGeek1

    Question?

    So you can make the partition with the data smaller and leave the rest unallocated and when you install a OS on it it'll automatically partition the unallocated space into partitions it needs. Then if you want to install another OS alongside it, shrink the partition the 1st OS made and let the 2nd OS your installing partition the unallocated space.
  8. TheElectronicGeek1

    Question?

    So what do you mean formatted it as a storage device? Are you just going to install something like linux or windows on it?
  9. TheElectronicGeek1

    need help moving windows

    Use some partition manager to clone the C and efi boot partitions (usually a 200-500mb partition) to the SSD. It might not work because the way windows installs is pretty dumb and it puts some data on the other drive that needs to be there and some other random crap.
  10. TheElectronicGeek1

    Question?

    You can resize the partition if it has files on it. What are you trying to do?
  11. Your probably fine if you didn't turn it on. Even if you did and it was just a little moist then it still might be fine.
  12. TheElectronicGeek1

    Is it possible to paint the dark rock pro 4?

    NCIX did a video on painting heatsinks back when they existed... RIP NCIX.
  13. Xeon x5650 with a 775 board and 771 pin mod and overclocked. Don't worry it's easy to do the pin mod. It's about as powerful as a ryzen 5 1600 when overclocked. It's pretty much the best value cpu ever right now, they're like 15$ cpu's. Just get a motherboard that can overclock. Asus p5 is a pretty good motherboard with that cpu. Remember it's socket 775 so get a cooler that will work with it.
  14. TheElectronicGeek1

    Winrar compression archive making things BIGGER?

    Try changing the compression level and see what it does.
  15. TheElectronicGeek1

    is 2666 mhz ram speed enough?

    You can overclock all memory if your motherboard supports it. Which yours does. You're not really going to lose any fps getting slower ram. At most like 2-5fps.
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